A recent tradition for Open Days is the producing of a road show in which members of the cultural pillar reveal a little of the cultural life of the school.
At the beginning of each year, Wynberg Girls' High has an Open Day or Evening in which to showcase the wonderful aspects of our school to Grade Seven students who will be starting High School the following year. Each year a short, entertaining play is written and performed by the girls to promote all the cultural societies and groups which make up the school's Cultural Pillar.
The fairytale on which the 2007 Roadshow was based was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Written and directed by Kathryn Luyt and Shar-ron Künz (with grateful thanks to to Roald Dahl) tells the story of a Grade Seven Snow White, who in addition to being subjected to the prejudice and target of a number of plots by a vain and evil stepmother, is worried and scared about starting High School.
She escapes from her evil stepmother, who wishes her dead, and meets many representatives of the cultural societies at Wynberg in the form of the seven dwarfs and the like - Debating, Choir, Xhosa Society, Marimba, Orchestra, Drama, Dance, Art are some of the representatives she meets.
After several weeks of intense rehearsals and much blood, sweat and tears, the cast gave wonderful performances that were thoroughly enjoyed on both Thursday 22 and Wednesday, 28 February.
A big thank you to all who participated and helped make Road show 2007 come to life!